'CineMe Shorts' at The Bristol Tobacco Factory.
Where: The Tobacco Factory,, Raleigh Road, Bedminster, Bristol,, BS3 1TF
When: 29 May 2012 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Join CineMe for its monthly 'CineMe Shorts' events that take place every last Tuesday of the month. These events are aimed at Bristol filmmakers and creatives looking to showcase their short films, animations, documentaries and music videos. People are welcome to bring their business cards, since CineMe Shorts is a good opportunity to network with like minded people, build contacts and to collaborate with others on future film projects.
This months screenings will take place in the 'Green Room' at the Bristol Tobacco Factory, where we will be joined by Bristol CND, who will be discussing their Bristol CND Film Competition, where they are asking filmmakers to make a film in 30 to 120 seconds long refelecting 'What nuclear disarmament means to them, to the world, or the future?'
Bristol CND will be screening a selection of the best films entered into last years competiton, including some of the winning entries that were screened at The Watershed Media Centre. They will also be showing the documentary film, Anthropology 101 - An award winning environmental short film made by journalist and filmmaker Wayne Brittenden and the musician/composer, Brian Eno.
CineMe will also be screening a selection of short films including award winning Bristol filmmaker George Purves Bulletin Board, Rob Savage's An Extra Sunday, Louise Fielden's Jump and Echo, Piski Films animation The Yak, the Yeti and the Yurt and much, much more.
CineMe Shorts takes place on Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 at The Tobacco Factory in Bedminster, Bristol. The screenings start promptly at 8PM and tickets are £5 general admission, £3 concessions - Advanced bookings available at http://cinemeshorts3.eventbrite.com/
For further details on the CND Film Competiton - The Chance of a Lifetime please take a look at their website http://www.thechanceofalifetime.org/
Please also take a look at our CineMe website for more details on future events - http://www.cinemefilms.com/
Entry Cost: £5.00 General Admission, £3.00 Concessions
Posted by: James Ewen | 14-05-2012
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